Author: Eric Jacoby

4’33” is a weekly podcast from Black Squirrel Radio showcasing performances of John Cage’s famous composition of the same name. This week’s 4’33” was performed at (and by) the Cleveland Art Museum on April 22nd, 2018.

Erin go Bragh! Conor Battles and Jacob Dickey join the funkhaus boys for a special Saint Patrick’s Day Special! In this light, fun episode, the crew talk about Conor Lamb’s election, gerrymandering, a special surprise from Eric that temporarily makes it more difficult to talk about politics, conspiracy theories, Scientology, video games, and even more! […]

On this episode, we have Andrew Ihla, creator of Obsidian National Forest, on the pod to attempt to discuss 2015’s The Enfield Haunting, but we end up discussing American Horror Story, what cartoon characters Jordan Peterson looks like, Morrisey being racist again, why the Danish love Young Americans, what it would be like if a house was […]

In this episode of Funkhaus Berlin (consistently the highest rated political talk program in the history of the spoken word), Eric and Ben are joined by friend of the show Jacob Dickey (of Jacob and David’s Bracketiatry Bracketacular)for a long discussion of the problems of the American prison system, and how it’s still a bad […]

4’33” is a weekly podcast from Black Squirrel Radio showcasing performances of John Cage’s famous composition of the same name. This week’s 4’33” was performed at (and by) Kent Lanes on April 18th, 2018.

4’33” is a weekly podcast from Black Squirrel Radio showcasing performances of John Cage’s famous composition of the same name. This week’s 4’33” was performed at (and by) the Circle K in Kent on April 10rd, 2018.

In a shocking breach of protocol, Niel is not in this episode! In his place is Brooke Forrest, GM of Black Squirrel Radio and host of BSR’s The Mixtape, Tuesdays from 4-6pm. Brooke and Eric talk about Mike Leigh’s 1991 film Life Is Sweet, a slice-of-life film about a British family plagued by the twin […]

4’33” is a weekly podcast from Black Squirrel Radio showcasing performances of John Cage’s famous composition of the same name. This week’s 4’33” was performed at (and by) the East Entrance of Franklin Hall on April 3rd, 2018.

The Cellular Regeneration and Entertainment Chamber is an exploration of the Star Trek counterculture by two Deep Space Nine enthusiasts. Each installment, the cohosts, Bengt George and Brianna Foraker, will watch and review a different Star Trek film. The episode will summarize and then analyze the sci-fi movie from a leftist perspective with a guest […]

4’33” is a weekly podcast from Black Squirrel Radio showcasing performances of John Cage’s famous composition of the same name. This week’s 4’33” was performed at (and by) Akron-Canton Airport on March 23rd, 2018.


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